At the 30th International Science and Engineering Fair, five Iowa high school students were chosen as finalists. Kent Rhodes of Marshalltown, won for his study on the age and growth of fish; Fred Adams, of Fayette, won with a sophisticated computer simulation; Mara Hean, of Davenport, won with an experiment on noise pollution; Karen Kegaries, of Bettendorf, won with an experiment on the corrosion of auto parts; and Shelly Jones, of Muscatine, won with a study of the effects of lead ingestion in mice.
Iowa Science Teachers Journal
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Iowa Science Teachers Journal: Vol. 16
, Article 18.
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